That's about right, but you would use jQuery to handle the AJAX for
you, instead of rolling your own JS code.
So 3 options total.
On Fri, Jan 16, 2009 at 4:28 PM, David Malouf <[address removed]> wrote:
> Wow! Thank you to all for the input!
> If I'm reading it all correctly, I have three 'options':
> 1) iframe
> 2) load all the information into the script and make it visible by <div>
> 3) AJAX
> ~) somewhere in all this is 'jQuery' which I have never touched (to-date)
> but seems to be a pretty keen option.
> Thank you, all for the ideas and examples! It is more than I asked for but
> GREATLY appreciated!
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